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from his home near los angeles early this morning to be questioned by federal probation officers. as lee cowan reports, the man was neither arrested nor detained. >> reporter: it was after most of the media surrounding his home had left just after midnight when nakoula basseley nakoula made his break for a waiting squad car. >> anything to say about what's going on in the middle east? >> reporter: covered head to toe in heavy clothing, a towel around his face, authorities say he was headed to a meeting with federal probation officers, voluntarily. the disguise, they say, was his choice. >> nobody's arrested. nobody's detained. nobody's in custody. >> reporter: naciewla had been under the microscope ever since his name surfaced in connection with that youtube clip of the anti-islamic film. his attorney says the international media attention on his family is near the breaking point. >> you're keeping his young children prisoners in their own home because they're afraid to gh out so if you would disburse and let them do what nay of they need to do we would appreciate it. >> reporter
degrees. we have from a strong for chicago. but other than that denver and los angeles look pretty good carried with could be a notch warmer than yesterday. we've 80 degrees in san jose. we 62 at half moon bay. in the east bay, the winds coming of the west and northwest. we have 90 for brentwood. it's still offer the far east. will have 89 degrees. we've 80 in santa rosa today. and a 64 on a chilly side on the beach. and with the numbers and learned to stay in the mid '80s for the majority of the week. and writer on the bay the numbers will be in the '70s and the coast in the '60s. even we had the still stay in the '80s. we of low clouds of the morning and sun in the afternoon. and there's a weather for some day. have a great day. >>> to measures on november ballot are the increased taxes and will increase millions of dollars. >>> prop. 38 would raise income taxes for virtually everyone. in more the differences besides that this morning we ask a prop 38 backer and the big question is where with the money go? >>> the money goes directly to every single public school based on the number o
of the runways at sfo morning clouds 67 at sfo thunderstorms in chicago new york denver los angeles party cloudy skies. los angeles clocks in at 86 degrees and. 88 @ morgan hill 81 at campbell, at pacifica 61 tomorrow and, east bay the numbers come in at upper 80's 90 at brentwood, 88 at san ramon, 89 walnut creek, north bay numbers in the mid to upper seventies, sonoma county 80 degrees, bodega bay 57, the numbers don't change much. mostly in the mid '80s in and areas, '60s at the coast, we look at the seven day forecast it stays the same next week and much like this weekend. so tomorrow will be much like today and the rest of the week. >>> gregg l. fan in for vern glenn >>> bad news for the silver and black writers lose a big-name player on gary gelfan the trojans rolled out of palo,,,, okay, here's the plan. you have a plan? first we're gonna check our bags for free, thanks to our explorer card. then, the united club. my mother was so wrong about you. next, we get priority boarding on our flight i booked with miles. all because of the card. and me. okay, what's the plan? plan? mm-hmm. we're o
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an unrelated incident at pueblo's airport. he will be in los angeles tomorrow. >>> meanwhile, president obama starts with a rally in ohio tomorrow. later in the week, he will be in new york, florida, virginia, and louisiana. he will also, as we just mentioned a few moments ago, be traveling to wisconsin saturday. we'll have more on these stories over the next hour. >>> israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu making the rounds on this morning's political shows. the question that kept coming up, is president obama doing enough to back israel and monitor iran? t netanyahu tried to stay out of american politics but stressed someone has to draw a line restricting iran's nuclear ambitions. >> i think as they get closer and closer and closer to the achievement of weapons-grade material -- and they're very close. they're about six months away. i think you have to place that red line before them now. >> nbc's mike vicarus standing by for us now. does the white house hear those words as a shoutout today? >> i think there's no question that there's been tension between these two leaders, president oba
. >>> new koula was taken away from his home in serrado's in the wee hours of the morning by a los angeles county sheriff's he has not returned folks in this community have questions. early this morning under the cover of darkness wearing a scarf over his face in the koula the sea lee etna koula left his family and a community with questions >>> we don't want trouble in our community >>> p. d. robinson is concern that the man's film which has sparked protests in the middle east may have brought unwanted attention to her community >>> it does not show respect for someone who's supposed to be a profit i can see what people are upset >>> his home answer rios it's quiet cars parked haphazardly industry groceries boil inside and no one answers. the lack of activity did not stop the activity from talking to neighbors and neighbors expressing their views and wondering where he is >>> no one has been arrested no one detained no one in custody >>> he was questioned by federal officers for 30 minutes and then released he's under probation for a bank fraud conviction part of that release means not ac
that new denver and los angeles look pretty good. the fate area forecast with numbers a little warmer than ever yesterday at san jose and 80 and morgan hill and 61 a pacifica and 62 and half moon bay. it still warm in the far east of republic creek 89 degrees and 80 for santa rosa. the five to forecast called the numbers inland to be in the mid '80s for the majority of the week the bay area mid-70s and the coast mid-60s and went ahead they still stake in the '80s going with the cloud cover in the morning and sunday afternoon in chile and the beach and warm inland. >>> there's to measures and the november ballot to seeking an increase in taxes across the state to raise billions of dollars. >>> the governor's position would raise the sales tax and income taxes on high earners. >>> an alternative measure would raise income taxes and all but the lowest earners and most of the money would go to public schools. the key backer of prop 38 is the president of the california pta who joins us now good morning. nobody likes taxes. the poll showed that in the common sense to. but the question is whe
't understand this discrepancy. so for los angeles this last year i think the latest year they have is 2010 under the cal dodge website they list the category for hispanic arrests and for los angeles it's 157,253 revenues. oakland 11,000 arrests. sanity clara, 19,000 and a small county -- not small but a less densely populated county. saying the wrong name bp so it >> i'd like to know what the data is. >> so when an officer makes a contact, and you put a -- you run a subject say on the radio through dispatch to find out what's going on and the person's of hispanic decent, normally an officer will say i'm talking to so and so, white male latin, date of birth, blah, blah, blah. and so 911 will put that in as wm, which is white male. and there is no box for latin. it's just wm. so just as director giffen is saying, in every single incident, an officer might say black male latin, asian male latin but the latin will be the third designator and there's no pox for that for us. going backwards. going forwards we're tbg to report all 19 ethnicities. and if somebody asks somebody, what ethnicity are
. it will be strapped to a 747 and leave for los angeles. it will go on display esm, but it was retired last year. it will make stops in texas before landing at los angeles internatigtional airport on thursday. >> the rover found small iron rich objects that researchers are calling blueberries. this cluster is more dense and seems to have a different composition than past blueberries. they're very, very cool, very crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside. >> ewe not supposed to eat them are you 1992. >> no, they're just talking about the composition of them. >> it would probably not be any good by the time it got back out here. >> no, there's a lot of great things around the area. the fair in bluemont fair. they always send us a nice si . shirt. it's going on rain or shine, but rain is not a concern today. if you have a chance to get out there. >> awesome, you have to see el mer the big. >> we'll pass along his greetings. outside for us today, cloud cover is on the increase, but they will hold off for a little while. we'll take a check from our city camera, there is breaks of blue, and peaks o
was interviewed by the los angeles county sheriff's department yesterday. after the interview he decided not to return home. federal investigators are trying to determine whether he, who was convicted of bank fraud, violated his terms of probation. if so, a judge could order him back to jail. >> an 18-year-old chicago man do in court tomorrow but used a train to set up a car bomb. federal prosecutors say they began monitoring a dell dog after he posted material online about a violent jihad and about killing americans. after the post he unknowingly began working with undercover agents to plan the bombing. they provided him with a big bomb and he was arrested friday night after trying to detonate it. they've are say they were surprised to hear about the arrests. >> so many years together. >> an online post he wrote that he would not be happy if he only killed five or 10 people. neighbors say the family is from egypt, but he's a u.s. citizen. he's now facing multiple charges including to attempt to use a weapon of mass distraction. if found guilty, he faces life in prison. >>> the surges on
the country ,, how protesters in sa francisco plan to mark the anniversary . a los angeles tourist destination is open for business again this morning after this wild fire prompted evacuations ,, but the fire is not out yet . a campus wide alert goes out for a bay area college after an early morning attempted robbery and assault . more coming up later . stay with us . at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger. . >> with auditors the system hazardous when anti-tax groups at less to will above >> several plane crash are across the country house in the bay area ,, thousands of volunteers take to the dismay save up to 35% on a
fight over amazon builds giant distribution centers in california like this one outside los angeles 1 million square feet and allows amazon to get items to customers quicker. it expects to offer same-day shipping another blow to breck's and mortars businesses like this computer store in pasadena he is relieved amazons tax advantage in, is gone >>> do you think they'll see more customers? >>> absolutely that savings will be there >>> ben tracy cbs news >>> oakland police department runs into a staffing problem at its lowest level in more than a decade the city has 631 officers, down from 643 earlier and a high of 8374 years ago. it mandates overtime and consolidates patrols and cuts down on curfew enforcement the chief says numbers will continue to decline until a new academy graduates in january. san jose state won students to watch after an attempted robbery reported on campus. four or five men tried to rob a man on campus at 1:15 a.m. yesterday morning one of the suspects pulled out of pocket knife the victim was not a university student and got a white. the university urges student
-islamic movie that triggered violence around the world was questioned by authorities in los angeles yesterday. later 55-year-old nakoula basseley nakoula was released at an undisclosed location. f.b.i. agents have arrested an 18-year-old they say was planning to detonate a car bomb outside a bar in downtown chicago. his arrest was the restxt of an undercover operationóxdïÑiÑ=l% h agents pretending to be extremists provided him with a fake bomb. teachers rallied in chicago yesterday as negotiators worked on a deal to end their week-old strike. union leaders are expected to vote on a tept tiff agreement this afternoon. outstanding issues include jobçó security and a new teacher evaluation process. the british royal familiar lee says it's consideringÑi all proportionate responses in its effortÑ topless photos of princeÑi william's wife kate. an irish tabloid published them yesterday and an iwqlianñr gossp magazine says it will as well. as of a minute]iÑ past midnight this morning the national hockey league is closed for busl team owners lockedÑi out playeri after failing to reach an
the two of us, how do you get along when you can do a film, a video in los angeles that insults the prophet, something done in a basement, and it can set the entire region aflame against the united states? i think we have to look at our entire policy. >> eleanor? >> the implication is president obama could have somehow prevented these uprisings and i think that is a false assumption and some of the antiamerican sentiment that you see in egypt is because they think the u.s. policy was far too long on the side of mubarak and repression. they don't look at us as great liberate tores and i don't think the president is putting us forward as the force that so-called liberated the middle east. these are democracies that are working their way through new government and dealing with extremist elements in their own midst. what happened in libya and egypt and other places are very different. in libya, protesters used rocket launchers to protest, so this was evidently a planned attack. probably had something to do with the 9/11 symbolism, we'll see. there are people under arrest. but the li
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. "the los angeles times" is reviewing hundreds of documents from the 1970s and '90s. the paper says scout officials quietly asked those accused of abuse to resign around then covered up the tracks. nick is tracking the story. how widespread is the "l.a. times" saying this is? >> they're not isolated incidences. from los angeles to chesapeake, virginia. hundreds of cases that were documented that weren't reported to law enforcement. >> and if these weren't i guess reported by these officials within the boy scout, are they saying parents didn't know or what are the alleged victims saying. >> the most outrageous thing about this is there were documents, these perversion files, people that were blacklisted from volunteering. the statements received from victims of abuse were never handed over to the parents. parents had suspicions, never made it over to the children. in fact, we spoke to the boy scouts of america earlier today and they gave us a statement saying we have always cooperated fully with law enforcement and now require members to report even suspicious of abuse directly to lo
scouts of america is accused of kovrg up a pile of cases. the los angeles times is reviewing hundreds of documents from the 1970s to the 1990s. the paper says scout officials quietly asked those suspected of abuse to resign. give us an idea of how widespread this is? >> these documents, this is not just isolated cases. this is spread throughout the united states from places like los angeles to providence, rhode island. it's a culture of corruption it seems that even the executive leadership, they knew about this sh didn't report it and kept the people on the boy scouts from tell the parents about it. >> so, that's revealed in the documentation? how was that discovered or alleged that officials knew about it then failed to report it? >> some of these documents the "l.a. times" got their hands on, we asked the boy scouts of america how they got them. they didn't want to talk about that. these are people blacklisted from volunteering with the boy scouts and in the correspondence back and forth between the leadership and people that were allegedly abusing these children, it showed they kn
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numbers below normal for the week ahead. 101 in fresno, but notice temperatures are down in los angeles after triple digit heat there. the high pressure begins to relax, so somecology there. 96 in vegas and 86 in reno. the winds slackening off there too so that's good news. 60s for the a's game. mid-60s to first pitch. and later on today at candlestick park, bring the layers. we will look for numbers in and around the 60-degree mark with breezy winds. 80 santa rosa. mill valley has the arts festival today, low 70s there. and burlingame. also low 70s for another outdoor arts festival. 64 in monterey. it will be cool and breezy there despite the sunshine. in the look ahead, temperatures just about the same as yesterday. maybe a couple degrees cooler. then by tomorrow and into the middle of the week, you will notice around the bay and inland the numbers come down to below average. we will look for the pattern to pretty much stay with us with not much change throughout the week ahead. you know, last week there wasn't much change either. >> so what's the deal on that? >> it's just september,
to be in the hands of los angeles official told the associated press thursday that authorities believe that a 55-year-old coptic christian, a us citizen named nakoula basseley nakoula, is behind the film. a convicted felon, mr. nakoula has changed his version of events numerous prma is paying tribute to bay area native ambassador chris stevens and three others killed in the assault on the u.s. compound in libya, calling them patriots who served america's ideals -- and laid down their lives for others. >>reporter: some say it was deliberate. >> i was purrs-described actions by citizens. >>reporter: is no believe that it continues to be pre- planned. demonstrations however continue to be ongoing in other areas of the globe. >> tonight the first looked into libya of. the ruins, the blood stains smeared on the wall. saying that the tuesday night attack was planned by islamic militants. overwhelming american guards. the first line of defense was easily breached. this man died of smoke inhalation after being separated from his guard in the chaos. and the darkness. today, we spoke with some involved at the
california. we saw hundred degree heat yesterday. 91 today in los angeles with 93 in sacramento. back home, the numbers pretty nice once we get some of that clearing which should be within the next hour to two hours. pulling back from the east bay, 66 in richmond with 70 in oakland yesterday. a pretty far north around clearlake to have some of those 90s. could be 90 degrees today out in livermore valley. otherwise, upper 60s for the arts festival around burlingame today. still looking at mid 70s for that clearing mid-morning and then a mild afternoon. so couple degrees of cooling n some areas but overall staying pretty much the same as more cooling gets underway throughout the middle of the week. by saturday morning, autumn has arrived. >> carolyn: so tonight at niners game, pretty darn chilly. >> dress in layers and temperatures will be in the upper 50s. >> carolyn: thank you. 49ers fans should think twice before heckling detroit lion fans. it might be a police officer. they plan to send undercover cops into the crowd as part of an ongoing effort to prevent fights. police will be monitori
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, to boston to los angeles and we all get together twice a year and we're exchanging stories of how we're trying to make our cities successful. >> do you all talk at once? [ laughter ] >> we usually do. we usually do. but this year, they listened to what san francisco was all about. and so at our advice, they created a task force on technology and innovation from the rest of the mayors and they made me the chair. so i get to chair that and i get to introduce all of the technology/innovation that we're doing in san francisco, offering samples to the rest of the cities across the country and have them interact with us. we're onto our third meeting and it's virtual meetings, as well as physical meetings. >> the mayors? >> the mayors, and they are excited about this because they know there is job-creation at the end. >> by the way, the other mayors when you go to their cities and go to the airport, it's always mayor xyz welcomes you. in san francisco it's small letters ed lee welcomes you and underneath that is the logos of ten san francisco tech companies that says, "welcome to the
department warning americans going to that part of the world. feds in los angeles looking at possible violations with the film. >> mike: even if you don't plan to vote for the same way i do. exercise your right to vote. a recent survey said people are likely to vote because of facebook or mail piece that urged them to vote. i am joining folks to launch a facebook event page and indicate you plan to vote and hopefully we'll start a movement in america to get people to vote. here's how to be apart. go to our vote decide.com. you don't have to say how you might vote, but influence your friends to vote. it is our vote decides.com. >> the president is highly critized over his reaction to the violence in the middle east. one of his comments kicks off quotes of the week. >> i don't think that we would consider them an ally, but don't consider them a enemy. they are a new government trying to find its way. >> mike: you know, i heard that maybe 10 times and i am utterly baffled that the president of the united states is not sure whether egypt is an ally or enemy maybe because we don't have a f
's competing closely with president barack obama to win. the president won four years ago. he will head to los angeles, miami, and las vegas this week. and florida and nevada. >> peter alexander traveling with the romney campaign in colorado. pete, thanks so much. appreciate that, sir. to help make sense of our political headlines, we have mark murray here in the studio with us. a rare treat. live and in person. let's start with colorado there. you wrote i think it was back in august that this is the fourth most likely state to flip from blue to red. what's happening in colorado here as of late. >> right now it's pretty even steven contestment a lot of internal pollings you get a sense from the owe bottom ma and romney campaigns this is competitive. it wasn't that case in 2008 after president obama had his political convention in denver. that was seen as an easy win. you almost look at colorado as 50/50. there is pressure for mitt romney to be able to win this thing. president obama has the advantage in florida, ohio, virginia. mitt romney can't concede colorado to president obama. and preside
details. very shocking details listed in these statements obtained by "the l.a. times" cases from los angeles to chesapeake, virginia, providence, rhode island. >> tell us about arthur humphries? >> this is one of the most shocking cases. three decades of leadership. a preference of working with handicapped children. scout leaders knew and documented alleged cases of his abuse and they even gave him a representation letter, don to participate even further at scout leadership conferences. we talked and reached out to the scout leadership, the boy scouts of america, and what they told us in response, they said we have always cooperated fully with law enforcement and now require members to report suspicion of abuse directly to law enforcement. a subset of the boy scouts of america, ineligible voter files, and the boy scouts of america are sort of couching it, saying it's a difficult culture, a different set of leaders and this is not a phenomenon like it was back in the 1980s. >> one shocking case involved a chaplain at a boy scout camp. >> um-hum. a parish leader. in fact, it's the cult
told me he did ride-alongs with actual police officers in south central los angeles, in california, and he actually saw someone get murdered before his eyes. this is all during training for a movie. and i mean, these guys go through so much. to see an actor talk about that and become a character, very interesting. we'll have the interview next week on fox 5 morning news. >> kevin, thank you so much. >> follow me on twitter and i'll tweet out all my interviews there. >> great. thanks, kevin. >> thanks. bill murray, baby! >>> well, the nats are up next against the braves. they need to stay alive in the division race. a full report, coming up. >> well, today's a great day for any kind of activity outside. we've got the sunshine. mother nature is cooperating. we'll have a look at your forecast coming up, after the break. anufacturing when president obama took office. this is china's. under obama, we've lost over half a million manufacturing jobs and for the first time, china's beating us. seven times obama could've stopped china's cheating. seven times he refused. it's time to stand up
film called the innocence of muslims. he was questioned at the los angeles sheriff's station early this morning. and he is under investigation because he has been convicted of financial crimes in the past. but he has not been arrested for this film. >> we've never handcuffed. he was never arrested. never detained. never in custody. it was all voluntary. he covered himself up with a cloth on the face. that's what he wanted. and he had every right to do it. >> nakoula is on probation for financial crimes and key go back to prison if a judge decides he violated the terms of of the probation. he denice being involved in the film. >>> the cop tick orthodox churches across the country are bracing for backlash because of the anti-muslim film promoted by a reported church member. saint mark's cop tick church in fairfax was quick to condemn the 13-minute film and hoping the 19th annual egyptian festival will show the community what they're all about. >> the coptic orthodox church has its roots in egypt and the egyptian festival is an event church members at saint mark's coptic orthodox chu
the middle east. yesterday the los angeles county sheriff's department took a man thought to be one of the film maker in for questions. hours later the branch in yemen praised the killing of the u.s. ambassador in libya and called for more attacks. how should the moderate muslim community respond to this? joining us the spokesman for am d.e.a. usa. >> we can only imagine the experience it must be for you, an american-muslim as you watch the violence across the world that pits americans against muslims. how do you make sense of this? >> you're right, it's incredibly frustrating being right in the middle i feel allegiance to america and to islam and to see both sides attacking each other, but fortunately the the question how to respond has been answered by the countless muslims who have come out to condemn the violence and the protests in libya by the people. and this is a vicious cycle, muslims are provoked and react with unjust phiable. and for that community. that's part of our dna under the guidance of our worldwide khalifa we've been for over a century, muslims that believe in th
? >> i can, and i just want to start with heat, i don't know why. let's start. los angeles had a 103-degree record, high temperature yesterday. it's still going to be warm. about 10 degrees above average still 59 -- still at 91 there. onshore flow making those coastal communities a little bit cooler. so from the above average to closer to average and fall less than a week away officially, but it will feel like it early this morning. boston 55. they'll end up less than 70 degrees. philadelphia, 57 to 76 today. so you have to say, where are the problems? there is rain, thunderstorms in the southeast. north of atlanta there. all of the way into the western carolinas. that's where we'll find heavier rainfall totals throughout day and early tomorrow. this goes through monday. here is a look at just how cold. i want to focus on the high temperatures which is what you see. minneapolis, 60 by tuesday, detroit, same deal but nighttime low temperatures in the 30s and 40s. so, brrr, that is going to be cold, and it's going to be super windy. locally 100-mile-per-hour winds up in alaska. some ar
written for the new yorker, the "wall street journal", the los angeles times, newsweek, and the new york post. a member of the council on foreign relations, she has lectured at yale university, columbia and mit. she holds two master's degrees and a doctorate from columbia university. so we have to our, you dr. monica. in a recent interview with news maxed on her new book "what the (bleep) just happened", the happy warrior astride to the great american comeback. monica said, and michael, president obama is redistributing everything that makes america great, not just, but also our military power, our cultural appeal, our borders, and our very exceptional some. monica is one of the most brilliant and savvy young women of our dinner. most importantly, with all her many achievements monica crowley is a great american patriarch. it's my pleasure to introduce to all of you this monica crowley. [applause] >> with an introduction. i think i have to take you with me everywhere i go. thank you very much. that was very kind and very generous of you. thank you so much for hosting tonight. it means th
lifted for parts of nevada and california, but still pretty hot down here with 91 in los angeles. 101 in fresno. not much of a breeze getting through the delta so back in the 90s here. 93 sacramento. mid-80s reno. closer to home you will notice today still above 7 to in oakland. a nice afternoon for you for the game. 64 in san francisco with the fog not too far offshore. it will continue to bring the westerly winds throughout the day today. you head inland, the tri-valley, upper 80s today. another nice afternoon. up he were 70s for the santa clara valley with 74 watsonville. 88 in gilroy with some partial afternoon clearing from santa cruz to monterey. so the accuweather seven-day forecast may be a degree or two cooler around the bay today, but really you will notice that probably into next week with the numbers drop into the mid-60s. low 70s around the ba, and not too much of a recovery by the end of the week. so we are kind of locked into this pattern here. if you like it, that's good. >> admit it, it's a little boring for you, right? day after day, a little stagnate? >> a little bi
of cafta had to run what they call the cotler. it's highly one-to-one to the big market bay area and los angeles. we're only talking about legitimate people. not people but black marketeers going to the triple the price they can get in missouri and south government. this is people keeping it in state following state law. the law enforcement resources are still fighting the drug war on the gravy train now that it's sort of like, you've got 100,000 wildebeests crossing the river but only 20 the police are going to get eaten, but you don't want to be one of them. that's what it is like for a cannabis farmer trying to get medicine to patients in california. the moment early my research i was going to do a speaking event from a previous book, left mendocino county, i have a vegetable oil powered truck so some argued it was the effervescence given accounts. i don't know why they would've had the munchies, but the moment i crossed into sonoma county, underneath a bill road, anheuser-busch knows what america's number one cash crop is, they are saying you can use cannabis. this is what the budwei
and los angeles, california, today. wednesday he'll be in miami for a facebook meet the candidates event. beginning this week governor romney and congressman paul ryan will begin receiving regular intelligence briefings from national security officials in the obama administration. >>> west coast headlines are next with a report on why the white house can't be blamed for the higher gas prices. >>> plus, fresh predictions for who will take the house and senate this year. it's all coming up for you in office politics. keep it here on "weekends with alex witt." with the spark cash card from capital one, olaf's pizza palace gets the most rewards of any small business credit card! pizza!!!!! [ garth ] olaf's small business earns 2% cash back on every purchase, every day! put it on my spark card! [ high-pitched ] nice doin' business with you! [ garth ] why settle for less? great businesses deserve the most rewards! awesome!!! [ male announcer ] the spark business card from capital one. choose unlimited rewards with 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase, every day! what's in your wallet
foundation, los angeles and in other places, if you take a child in the third grade at the middle level in the 50th percentile, math and reading, and give him an excellent teacher, in two years that child will be at the 80th percentile, if you give that child a poor teacher, that child in two years will be at the 20th percentile. what more do we need to know? but that good teachers make a huge difference in the life of a child. not all the difference. not everything. most important person in the child's life is a parent, obviously. but if you can move from the 50th to the 80th with a great teacher or 50 to 20 with a poor teacher you've got to pay taeupbgs to the quality of the teaching force. the true evaluation isn't just about improving teachers. it's also about identifying who are the ones who should be promoted, rewarded, given more opportunity, given more responsibility, and encouraging out 69 profession people who are -- out of the profession people who are harming kids. host: how do you do that fairly? guest: you do it fairly through a number of monies and people with be -- can b
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at los angeles. doe and indicated there was no danger of public contamination, approximately a dozen people were exposed. this safety labs comes on the heels of a bizarre security breach at the y-12 facility where and 82-year-old nun and two and others were able to vandalize a supposedly secure building detain dangerous nuclear material. these safety and security incidents show clearly the need for strong and robust oversight from this committee and others of security issues at our nuclear facilities. in 2004-2005, our willingness to bring serious nuclear safety issues into the public view and demand that doe be held accountable for their actions made it different. doe is better than it used to be. there is an entire office dedicated to the health, safety and security of all facilities. but recent events tallest there is more serious work left to be done. -- recent events tell us there is more serious work to be done. it is necessary to make a strong oversight role of work nnsa facilities. from this committee to the office of health, safety, and security, to the inspector general, to
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